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In times of uncertainty, the economy favors those who operate with agility and excellence.

Personnel loss can be devastating but the recovery may be easier with this eight-step disaster recovery plan.

Few companies have shifted their mindset to accept that data breaches in today's society are inevitable. CBIZ's whitepaper explores how entities can efficiently recover from a breach.
On Monday, September 7, 2015, President Obama issued an Executive Order establishing paid sick leave for federal contractors. The order is intended to be effective for contracts entered into after January 1, 2017. The Secretary of Labor is directed to issue regulations regarding the order by September 30, 2016.
CBIZ's business tax planning guide provides a recap of the major tax developments in 2014 and an overview of what's to come in 2015. 
The tangible property regulations are the most dramatic changes in tax law to affect businesses since the overhaul of the Internal Revenue Code in 1986. The TPRs apply to all forms of business, whether a "C" corporation, an "S" corporation, a partnership, an LLC, a sole proprietorship (Schedule C on individual return), or a rental (Schedule E on individual return).
Our individual tax planning guide provides guidance on how to optimize your tax opportunities in the 2014-2015 tax year.

Employers who have contracts with the federal government that are subject to the Service Contract Act (SCA) must meet the wage and benefit provisions of the contract’s Wage Determination (WD). The WD specifies the labor classifications, associated minimum hourly wage rate, the minimum hourly Health & Welfare (H&W) fringe rate, and the vacation and holiday benefits covered service employees are entitled to.

As we enter 2013 with 2014 looming on the horizon, employers are paying more attention to Health Care Reform and those aspects of the law that will take effect in 2014. Of particular concern to many employers is the Affordable Care Act’s shared responsibility requirement. The shared responsibility provision requires employers employing 50 or more employees to offer adequate coverage at an affordable rate, or risk becoming subject to an excise tax.